At Mold crown court today, one victim’s mother read a statement, saying what McDougall had done had sickened and confused her.
She said her daughter had “lost her spark and her smile”, and had fallen behind in school.
The girl wanted to know what had happened to the “people who asked her to do things”, and had begun to self-harm.
The mother said: “It is not clever or a laughing matter.
“It’s sick to ask kids to do indecent things to get a kick out of it.”
She said that it had left her daughter feeling “dirty and worthless”.
McDougall was arrested in February. He claimed he was sickened by what he had done, and was isolated and had no contact with his own child.
He had been bullied at school and had low self-esteem.
McDougall claimed not to recall the broadcast and when shown the footage said he thought the girls were 13 or 14.
His defence barrister Simon Mintz said McDougall, of Church Road in Buckley , had heard the moving testimony of the mother of the girl “and the effect of the exploitation of vulnerable victims in this way.”
Judge Huw Rees said that his claim that he did not have any recollection of viewing the broadcast meant that it was impossible for the probation service to fully explore his motivation.
He had distorted thoughts and perceptions about children as sexual things.
His deviant thought processes were far more entrenched that he cared to acknowledge.
Until he addressed matters in a more open way then the risk he posed could not be reduced.
At a previous hearing he was placed on a long community order to try and address his problems via an internet sex offender programme.
The court heard his heard his former partner was shocked to find indecent images of children on his mobile phone.
When she challenged him, he begged her not to tell the police.
But the police were informed and they found indecent images and movies on his phone and laptop
There were also chat logs which he admitted were fantasy conversations with others and they had also shared indecent images of children.
But the true extent of the offending was not known because he had not provided the correct user name and passwords for his Dropbox and Kik Messenger cloud based apps.
McDougall was jailed for 18 months and ordered to sign the sex offenders register for 10 years